France's lower house of parliament has approved a bill aimed at boosting renewable energy and reducing the country's reliance on nuclear power, among other environment-friendly measures.
The owner closed the business after it suffered $1 million damage.
A reactor that was shut down during a transformer fire two weeks ago at a suburban New York nuclear power plant has returned to service.
Oil prices have crashed and the industry has laid off around 100,000 workers — but many oil CEOs are still sitting pretty.
Visitors bob in surf where oil once washed in, and some restaurants have 90-minute waits for dinner on the weekend.
Ace Hardware Corporation, the largest retailer-owned hardware cooperative in the world, today announced it is willing to move away from products containing neonicotinoids, a class of chemicals used in pesticides.
Critics say the purging of chemicals is a response to unfounded fears over ingredients, but companies are nevertheless rushing to ensure their recipes don't become marketing disadvantages.
Demonstrators planted coconut trees and waved signs in rallies across the Hawaiian Islands as part of an international day of protests against agriculture business Monsanto.
In a new study, a team of scientists says there's a definite link between the massive BP oil spill in 2010 and a record number of dolphin deaths along the northern Gulf of Mexico.
The operator of an oil pipeline that broke and spilled thousands of gallons of crude across a scenic California shoreline says it could take weeks or even months before investigators find what caused the disaster.
Also measured on a 3MMA basis, chemical production by segment was mixed.
The reason for all the excitement is because of what batteries like these might someday do.
Texas Petroleum Investment Company, the owner and operator of the platform, estimated no more than 120 barrels of crude oil — about 5,040 gallons — were stored on the platform.
DuPont's Pompton Lakes Works plant manufactured ammunition for nearly a century and leaked mercury, lead and other toxic chemicals across the 576-acre campus and surrounding areas.
Bloomberg, citing federal disclosure documents, reported that the energy giant retained the Nickles Group — the lobbying firm founded by former Sen. Don Nickles, R-Oklahoma — to monitor activity related to the sanctions.